"Karl, if the grips will come off, soak it overnight in mineral spirits and it will amaze you how much gunk will come out. An old toothbrush and some compressed air or a nickel safe spray cleaner will do the rest."
"Welcome to the place! i have been a collector, not so much of a seller, but due to breaking my neck and back several years ago, I will be selling off some of my WW2 rifles as I don't shoot them much anymore."
"Part will be on your own preferences and part on other factors. I shoot many miltary surplus guns and some of that ammo necessitates cleaning soon after use. Some guns require, due to tolerances, to be kept cleaner than others. Polymer guns seem to…"
The group for those of us that take interest in pleasurable leisure pursuits as they existed in their primitive days a century ago. HIckory golfers, motorists, cyclists, players, hunters, fishermen, gentlemen atheletes etc. are all welcome here!
"This is not too far from what others are paying in other states for the permit cost. The cost for qualification and certification is where it will be variable. Let's face it, Madigan, Quinn and Simon all wanted so much more that we need to be…"
"Rock has excellent advice, but I will disagree with him on a custom holster for someone new to carry. Wait until you have discovered what you really like and want, then order a custom one. Look for a belt slide 'pancake " style holster and…"
Domestic flight. The solution may be I can't take a privileged thing on the plane and maintain the privilege. I don't waive the privilege if I mail it, so it's still possible to transport privileged things, but in luggage aboard a commercial flight. I don't know if there's really an answer, and the "thing" issue is a pure hypothetical, something that rarely comes up in legal practice. I do fly regularly with privileged documents, however.
In chat I stuck with documents, as that's an easier and more real situation. But there can be attorney-client privileged things. Crazy hypothetical: Say my client somehow acquired a heavy gold necklace we know was stolen and gives it to me for safe-keeping and I need to travel with it. The necklace isn't dangerous, and so there's no reason for security to stop me from taking it on the plane, but the fact I have it, and my client ever had it, is privileged, but there it'll be when my luggage is X-rayed.
"I've modeled alot of my life and philosophy around the Atreides from Dune. I didn't care for the rest of the series, but the 1st book is amazing.
Their self-reliance, emphasis on personal skill over machines, cunning, honor, and general…"
Which fictional character inspires you? And Why?Hannibal Lector's intelligence and the things like keeping his heartbeat at a steady beat whenever, and his capability of literally becoming immersed within his own mind that the commotions around him are seemingly not there.See More
"Best investment: New Holland Tractor with a bucket loader - paid for itself many many times over; followed closely with following the advice to put as much as possible into 401k. Started with 10%, then pared it down over the years to employer match…"